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gutters and Neem

I've been plugging away at MG projects and still haven't had much time for
my garden.  Still have several items to plant.  But today I took a little
time for a required item on the to-do list: Clean the gutters.  Ughh!
Stinky, fermenting mess.  That mesh doesn't really prevent stuff getting in
there. And the new roof last year has made huge deposits of that stuff that
comes off.  But why did I wait until 3 in the afternoon on a clear hot day
to scoot around on my fanny on a burning hot roof?  This is a morning job.
But it's done now - scratch something off my list finally.
Also rummaged in the chem closet and came up with Neem-Away (Azadirachtin)
which I sprayed on a toubled Filipendula and a few other plants.  Hope it


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